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Monticello Council of Republican Women Monthly Luncheon with Tim Goeglein
Nov 18 @ 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM
When: Saturday, November 18 @ 12:30 PM
Where: Glory Days Grill in Barcroft Plaza, 6341 Columbia Pike, Falls Church, VA 22041
Speaker: Tim Goeglein “American Exceptionalism Is No Longer Taught.” His years of public service and private initiative have been devoted to faith, freedom, and family.
New and returning members and guests are welcome.
RSVP to Mary Tanzer at email@example.com or call 703-671-0765.
Monthly Theme: AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM
- 12:30 – 1:00 PM Social (order lunch from menu)
- 1:00 PM Business Meeting
- 1:15 PM Speaker: Tim Goeglein – Tim champions God’s welcomed role in the public square. His years of public service and private initiative have been devoted to faith, freedom, and family.
- 3:00 PM Adjourn
NOTE: TIM WILL HAVE COPIES OF HIS BOOKS FOR SALE @$25. CASH OR CHECK FOR PAYMENT.
The agenda for the MCRW meeting follows:
- Call to Order – Welcome
- Pledge of Allegiance
- Republican Creed
- Membership and Guests Self-Introductions
- Guest Speaker – Tim Goeglein – “American Exceptionalism Is No Longer Taught”
- Old Business
- New Business
Tim Goeglein champions God’s welcomed role in the public square. His years of public service and private initiative have been devoted to faith, freedom, and family.
Tim is the Vice President for External and Government Relations at Focus on the Family in Washington DC. He served in high-level government posts for two decades. He worked as Special Assistant to President George W. Bush, where he was the Deputy Director of the White House Office of Public Liaison from 2001 to 2008. He was the President’s principal outreach contact for conservatives, think tanks, veteran’s groups, faith-based groups, and some of America’s leading cultural organizations. He was a member of the President’s original 2000 campaign and White House staff, serving for nearly 8 years. Also, he has served as a senior fellow at The Heritage Foundation and a professor of government at Liberty University.
Goeglein is the author of the political memoir THE MAN IN THE MIDDLE: FAITH AND POLITICS IN THE GEORGE W. BUSH ERA (B and H Books) which was published in September, 2011. His second book is AMERICAN RESTORATION: HOW FAITH, FAMILY, AND PERSONAL SACRIFICE CAN HEAL OUR NATION (Regnery, 2019), in which he offers a roadmap to national and spiritual renewal by examining American culture. His new book is TOWARD A MORE PERFECT UNION: THE MORAL AND CULTURAL CASE FOR TEACHING THE GREAT AMERICAN STORY (Fidelis Books, 2023).
From 1988 through 1998, Tim was the Deputy Press Secretary, and then Press Secretary and Communications Director, for U.S. Senator Dan Coats of Indiana (who was in the Senate for a decade). Between his time with the Senate and Bush campaign, Tim served as Communications Director for Gary Bauer in his presidential bid.
Tim was an intern for then-U.S. Senator Dan Quayle in 1985, and for then-Representative Dan Coats and for NBC News in 1986, during his college years at Indiana University’s Ernie Pyle School of Journalism. When he graduated in 1986, he was the Richard Gray Fellow in his senior year.
Tim’s first job upon graduation was as a television news producer for the NBC affiliate in his hometown of Fort Wayne, Indiana. During high school and college, he produced a show for WOWO Radio, then owned by the Westinghouse Broadcasting Corporation. The program was heard in 28 states.
Tim holds Honorary Doctorate degrees from Concordia University, New York City; and from Faith Evangelical College and Seminary, Tacoma, Washington.
Tim is the secretary of the Coalitions for America board, a member of the board for the National Civic Art Society, a member of the board of Family Policy Alliance, and a member of the board of governors of the Young America’s Foundation which owns and operates the Ronald Reagan Ranch in Santa Barbara, California. Tim also serves on the Institute for American Universities Advisory Board. Goeglein served as Board Secretary of the American Conservative Union Foundation. Also, he is a member of the Council for National Policy, the Philadelphia Society, and the Capitol Hill Club.
Tim serves on the Sanctity of Life Commission for his church body, the 2.5 million-member Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod; is a board member of The Lutheran Center for Religious Liberty; and has served as a deacon in his church in northern Virginia for 30 years. His hobbies include reading, tennis, swimming, biking, and the fine arts. The most important thing to know about Tim is that he is married to the love of his life, Jenny, of 31 years, and they have two sons Tim and Paul — one in public policy and one in the fine arts and music.